Bivona is a part of Vibo Valentia. The beach is part of the so-called coast of the gods "Costa degli Dei", one of the most beautiful sections of the Tyrrhenian coast. This coastal area is characterized by a series of bays, cliffs, white beaches, and crystal-clear water. The beaches on the "Coast of the Gods" are Bivona, Pizzo Calabro, Briatico, Tropea, Capo Vaticano, and many others. In Bivona, you will also find the remains of an ancient castle, built to defend the Roman port in the third century BC.
In the immediate vicinity, you will find the small characteristic town of Pizzo, with its small alleyways, and the Tartufo, a special ice cream that, as legend has it, was invented in Pizzo and is described by many as the best ice cream in Italy. Francesco also has a boat, which he can take you on. If you are a wine lover, you will also find a lot of characteristic wine cellars in the surrounding area, which invite you for wine tastings, as well as numerous bars with delicious coffee.
Tropea, the pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea, is a few minutes drive away. A further 30 minute drive, and you’ll be in Capo Vaticano. Capo Vaticano is a cape of the Calabria region. This coastal section is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Italy. Along this coast are many small beaches that can only be reached by boat, or via small hidden paths. Typical products of the area that you should definitely try are the red onions, the Calabrian salami "Nduja" and the Pecorino cheese.